How To Make Scrambled Eggs
Learning how to make scrambled eggs is a wonderful way to start cooking. Scrambled eggs are easy to master, which helps promote confidence in cooking. This is also a wonderful method for children to learn for their first attempts at cooking. Once you learn how to make scrambled eggs, you'll soon find yourself trying other cooking methods until you become a master chef in the kitchen.
Things You'll Need:
- 4 large eggs
- Small bowl
- 1/8 cup milk
- Pinch of salt
- 2 to 3 grinds of black pepper
- 2 tablespoons butter
- 8 inch skillet
- Silicone spatula
- Crack the eggs into a bowl, add the seasoning and whisk with a fork. The eggs should be whisked until the whites and yolks combine thoroughly and the mixture is slightly frothy.
- Place the butter in a skillet and heat over medium heat until the butter melts before adding the eggs. The skillet needs to be hot when you add the eggs, but not too hot of the eggs will burn.
- Use the spatula to move the eggs around the pan and to break them up as they cook. The eggs will be done when they hold their shape and no longer look wet.
- For healthier eggs, a nonstick skillet or nonstick spray can be used in place of the butter.
- Once you master how to make scrambled eggs, try adding additional ingredients, such as cheese or ham.
- Serve two eggs per person.
- Keep the eggs moving around the pan or they will brown on one side.